GRAM Traffic Counting, Inc. prides itself on the capability of conducting traffic data field collection anywhere in the United States. GRAM specializes in planning and executing projects that range from small intersections to large-scale, statewide data collection projects. The data collected is of the highest quality and always delivered in a timely, efficient manner.
GRAM has expertise in automated traffic record counts, pedestrian counts, turning movement counts, origin & destination surveys, travel & field surveys, video license plate capture, ball bank studies, delay studies, GAP studies, GPS travel runs, intersection diagrams, parking studies and radar studies. Additionally, GRAM can develop a customized data collection program to meet your specific needs.
Traffic volume studies, also known as traffic counts, are an important, fundamental planning tool for all traffic engineering decisions and directly affect how much funding is generated for road maintenance and improvements. These counts help identify and prioritize current needs and forecast future needs leading to better quality roads and safer transportation.
Besides state department of transportation agencies and our engineering clients, users of our services might include advocacy groups investigating transportation issues; community members who want localized, current numbers on the amount and speed of traffic in their neighborhood; business owners wanting to make decisions regarding parking and access; and, municipal agencies that are planning their future needs.